Success Stories

We’re honored that so many school districts and therapy centers use Robots4Autism to teach social skills to their students. Take a look at how just a few of them are using Milo the robot to increase the learning performance of students with autism.

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Success Story: The Orange Grove Center | Tennessee

Sam is a 39-year-old man who lives in a support facility run by The Orange Grove Center in Chattanooga, Tennessee. He has significant intellectual and mental health disabilities, making it difficult for him to function in everyday society.…

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Success Story: Cutting edge curriculum could be coming to CMS

Cutting edge curriculum could be coming to CMS

Success Story: Elgin Middle School | Elgin ISD

Students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) often have communication differences that form a barrier between them and their peers. These students also often have trouble making eye contact and greeting people appropriately. With a lack…

Success Story: Forest Acres Elementary School

Finding a way to channel what students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) have to offer in today’s world has been the center of Ross Goodacre’s life. His focus as a special education teacher at Forest Acres Elementary in Easley, SC, is to…

Success Story: Center-Based Oak Tree | Broome-Tioga BOCES

Jake, 14, had struggled to keep his anxiety levels low. As someone with autism, Jake will often become overwhelmed and agitated in the classroom and need help calming back down. “When he came to his group session, his attentive skills and…

Success Story: Cedar Hill ISD Testimonial

Cedar Hill ISD in Texas is known for its forward thinking and for dedicating its schools to providing the best education that will set their students up for success as early as elementary. The district offers innovative classes centered on…

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Manor ISD uses robots4STEM with special needs students

Success Story: Piute County, Milo helps children with autism make friends

Success Story: West Vancouver, Canada, six weeks with Milo

It’s been six weeks since Milo joined Rebecca Vincent’s class and began to work with Vincent’s students. Robokind touched base with Vincent, a Learning Support Teacher from West Vancouver, Canada, to learn about the impact Milo and…

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Parent Perspective: The greatest investment any school can make.

Lauren Halcick discusses how Milo and Robots4Autism changed her daughter’s class and created lasting change for several students in the class.

She goes on to say, “I think it’s the greatest investment that any school can make.”

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